June 6, 2012 1 pm EST
The U.S. IPO market is showing definite signs of waking up from its doldrums of a few years ago. The numbers speak for themselves. Sixty-one PE-backed companies raised nearly $28.4 billion in 2011 in the U.S. compared to 34 IPOs worth $10.5 billion in 2009, according to Dealogic. Some notable PE-backed IPOs in 2011 included HCA Holdings' $4.3 billion IPO in March 2011 and Kinder Morgan's $3.29 billion IPO in February 2011. What's the PE-backed IPO pipeline look like for the rest of 2012? Join The Deal's moderator Matt Miller and our expert panel talk to find out.
We'll look at sectors that are seeing significant PE-backed exits in the public market. We'll also focus at secondary offerings and how the markets are accepting these new issuances. The panel will also look at the performance of a few notable IPOs in 2012.
After watching this 60-minute video webcast with our editor and leading experts, you'll have a refreshed perspective on the key factors that will make a difference in your firm's success.
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As editor at large at The Deal LLC, Matt Miller has written feature
stories investigating the successes and struggles of major metropolitan
areas like Cleveland, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, San Diego and Boston, and
covered the bankruptcies of Catholic dioceses around the country
resulting from incidents of sexual abuse by priests.
Miller has spent more than 25 years in business journalism, with much of that time based in Asia for The Wall Street Journal Asia. He opened The Wall Street Journal Asia's New Delhi bureau, was bureau chief in Manila and an investigative reporter based in Hong Kong, where he broke stories on a number of major financial scandals. He also was the Pacific Rim correspondent for The San Diego Union-Tribune and has contributed to the BBC, NPR, Institutional Investor, the Far Eastern Economic Review and the Los Angeles Times.
Executive vice president and co-head of U.S. listings and cash execution
Scott Cutler is responsible for the NYSE listing business globally. He manages the exchange's relationship with over 2,100 companies listed at the NYSE in Canada, Latin America, United States and Asia. He is also responsible for the exchange's relationship with the investment banking, private equity, venture capital and legal communities to attract new listings. In addition, Cutler oversees the capital markets business, including initial public offerings for operating companies, structured products, closed-end funds and REITs listing on the NYSE or NYSE Amex.
Cutler has an extensive background in investment banking and corporate securities law. Before joining NYSE Euronext, he was an investment banker focused on technology at SG Cowen & Co. and Thomas Weisel Partners. He was also a corporate securities lawyer at Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, focused on M&A, IPOs, venture fund formation and VC representation.
He leads the corporate governance efforts at NYSE Euronext and has served on the NYSE Commission on Corporate Governance and also the Proxy Fee Advisory Committee. He frequently testifies in Congress on capital-raising activities and is a regular speaker at conferences on corporate governance matters
Cutler serves on the operating committee of NYSE Euronext. He also serves on the executive committee of TechNet and as a board member for the Mental Health Association of New York City and British American Business.
Cutler graduated with a B.S. degree in economics from Brigham Young University and earned a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law.